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David Hucks

Born in 1961, David is a 12th generation descendant of the area we now call Myrtle Beach, S.C. David attended Coastal Carolina University and like most of his family, has never left the area. David is the lead journalist at MyrtleBeachSC.com

Mande Wilkes considers District 107 seat

On Wednesday, Fitsnews of Columbia informed local residents about Alan Clemmons’ pursuit of a new job as Myrtle Beach City Attorney. Current City Attorney Tom Ellenburg has announced he will retire this June. Clemmons represents District 107 which runs from Market Common to Briarcliffe Acres along the S.C. coast. If …

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U-turn in I-73 Funding. MB pledges $7.5 million

When three coastal cities chose to de-fund former County Council Chairman Mark Lazarus’ signature SCDOT I-73 funding agreement, locals found it odd that Congressman Tom Rice, Assemblyman Alan Clemmons, and Senator Luke Rankin were silent on that issue. Funding I-73 has been among those politicians’ key initiatives as well. Yesterday, …

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Voided Myrtle Beach sale includes fraud and McNair Law Firm

“McNair Law Firm intentionally withheld material information about the September [2015] Sales from the two mortgage holders to conceal numerous assets in violation of federal and state law” Lane Jefferies [McNair’s Lawyer] knew about and, more importantly, was concerned about Gabby’s wire. This proves he knew about the illicit funds …

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Healing Horry County Moving Forward

“For the past 67 days of divided county government, it has cost us $96.4 million to operate the county based on its current 2019 total budget.“ In his Tuesday testimony, County Administrator Chris Eldridge stated that he only notified former Chairman Mark Lazarus, Councilman Tyler Servant, Councilman Gary Loftus, and …

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Surfside Beach Votes Unanimously To De-fund I-73

Surfside Beach Town Hall

Surfside Beach held a special city council meeting last night to consider adopting the same city ordinances approved by Myrtle Beach and North Myrtle Beach. Surfside Beach City Council voted unanimously 7 to 0 to keep all hospitality funds inside the city. This vote terminates the city’s payments to Horry …

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